The NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide: State of the Practice
The NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide: State of the Practice


Background:Since its initial release in Spring 2011, the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide has instigated a new approach to designing for cyclists on city streets. The report was referenced in a recent FHWA policy memo, the Bike Guide is staged to be applied in more cities and more diverse contexts. Using the structure of the Guide, this webinar archive provided a basic introduction to the guide's main principles and recommendations, providing direct comparison and case studies to real projects and scenarios from US cities. The Urban Bikeway Design Guide is availalbe for purchase in the ITE Bookstore.


Instructor(s): David Vega-Barachowitz, Designing Cities Initiative, NACTO; Robert Burchfield, P.E., City Traffic Engineer, City of Portland;Michael Sallaberry, Senior Transportation Engineer, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency; Nathan Roseberry, CDOT Senior Bikeways Engineer, T.Y. Lin International

Learning Objectives:

  1. Appreciate the state of the practice in bikeway design for urban areas.
  2. Identify protected bike lanes, or cycle tracks, and other innovative design features.
  3. Describe real world comparisons and case studies to materials in the Guide, presenting additional information on implementation, process, and other messaging for bicycle infrastructure projects.


Credits: 1.5 PDH/1.5 CM


This course is eligible for the following certification renewal(s): PTOE, PTP, AICP


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Pub. No.: PD-A07



Publisher: ITE Educational Foundation/National Association of City Transportation Officials

Format: Webinar Archive


Publishing Date: 01/14